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Chamber Forum

Thursday, April 11th
7:30 am Doors open
8:00 am Forum begins
The Station
120 S. Tower Ave.

Business After Hours

Thursday, April 18th
5 – 7 pm
Centralia Point
2010 Cooks Hill Rd

Upcoming Ribbon Cuttings!

Valued Kids Ribbon Cutting

April 19th at 11 am

1613 Grand Ave, Centralia

The Victorian & Steampunk Emporium

April 20th at 4 pm

529 N Tower Ave, Centralia

Featured Content

Some of the Good, Bad, and Ugly

Some of the Good, Bad, and Ugly

By Peter Abbarno20th District Rep. R-Centralia The legislative session adjourned, sine die, on March 7th - the constitutional 60-day deadline. Traditionally a “clean-up” session following the longer odd-year sessions, there were almost 25% more bills introduced this year than the past short-sessions. The results included some good, bad, and ugly policies. The “good” included, the passage of Initiative 2113, restoring police pursuit; Initiative 2081 establishing a parental bill of rights; and...

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The Aerie Ballroom

The Aerie Ballroom

The Aerie Ballroom Restored Event Venues and Hotel RoomsGreat venues become even greater when they offer the full range of options including unique event spaces, excellent hotel accommodations, fine dining, and proximity to parking and downtown activities. Neil White and his wife Jodi have purchased and rejuvenated several historic buildings within close proximity to each other in downtown Centralia. These buildings offer a cluster of event sites that are unique, elegant, and affordable. The...

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A Great Place to Live!

The cities of Centralia and Chehalis are located on the west side of Lewis County.  This is a vibrant and growing area.  The two cities are centrally located between Seattle and Portland, yet each town has their distinct personalities.  Centralia is home to Centralia Community College, an historic downtown, and Borst Park.

Chehalis offers a quaint downtown, the bright and active Penny Park, museums and is the eastern starting point for Willapa Trail that winds along a former railroad track to the coast.

The towns are surrounded by farmland and forests offering a respite from urban life yet still an easy commute to Olympia.

Become a Member

By joining the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce your company benefits from customer assurance that they are dealing with a dedicated and community oriented business.   As a member your business receives promotional support through our printed and online business directory, discounted advertising, free promotional listings, and networking opportunities.

Chamber in its efforts to Promote your business, Protect the Lewis County business environment, and Inform the public of all the wonderful resources available in their community.